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Reformers Define the Church, 1530–1580 This book explores the implications of the fact that Lutherans have always viewed themselves as “confessional”—and thus “confessing.” The bold confessions serve as a model and an inspiration for all contemporary Christians who likewise want to proclaim the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.

the neighborhood, school, club, and recreational center—as well as more overtly in the congregation of God’s people—such situations arise. When those around them ask questions—whether inquiring or challenging—which the living voice of the Gospel can meet, the spirit of Augsburg leads the heirs of Elector John and Landgrave Philip, of Luther, Bugenhagen, and Melanchthon, to point in appropriate form and detail to the Biblical message. Lutherans in the 16th century believed that God uses human language
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